Striving to live well in a nation with slow growth! That melancholy…
All the necessities like nutrition, supplementing and oops bills in line may leave us without some personal daily cares like a hair care, a skin care, a scent, and a bit of a drag on the oral care because these are mostly termed as luxuries.
If we dived back into our primary science, we will understand that our skin is the largest organ of the body that gives us major protection. Secondary sciences tell us of how the skin contains collagen, ceramides plus so much more and that as we get older by age 20 all these tend to start loosening out. Aging is the realest fact, however looking your age is not. You will have to take skin care as a necessity and not a luxury in order to change the way you age. Regardless of the economy, protect your skin from the bad effects below;
- Immature wrinkles
- Dehydrated skin
Skin care is given less/no attention because even with the mention of immature wrinkles or sun burns all we see in the moment is a fine skin. But there’s need to understand that this organ is somewhat vengeful, it will give back results of the same way you treated it. Most times less care is given unintentionally as you may not know the rightful product to use. Each skin kind has a type of product made for it. For example;
- A dry skin will need products that will help retain the moisture
- A dehydrated skin will need products that add in moisture
- A sagging skin will need products that will help firm it.
- A hyperpigmented skin which is mostly affecting all age groups regardless of gender will need products that will help restore right pigment.
With the hard economy you will need to get products that are your money’s worth however, you may end up missing out on what will be helpful to your skin. The brands are a pool with a promise of great results but the challenge is that you might fail to know what exactly is going to work for you. Some of the ways you can be able to invest in a skincare product that will give results as promised include;
- Purchase your skin care products from trustworthy sources.
- Engage the salesperson with your previous findings of the products you have used.
- Be open to answer any questions regarding your skin and listen to advise from the right persons.
- Take time to read on products before purchasing.
- Get to know your skin type.
Beauty researchers and dermatologists advise the use of skin care products with ingredients that actually replace, maintain or protect skin. So, no matter how hard the economy is, invest in skin care!